plimsolls


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plimsolls

straight-lasted, non-shock-absorbing, non-slip, simple sports shoe, with a canvas upper and direct-moulded rubber sole
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Another memory is the sound of the soles of plimsolls squeaking on the highly polished gym Yoor.
Bringing back plimsolls into schools would improve discipline and self-respect.
You could buy a pair of plimsolls for a couple of pounds, but now you need to take out a second mortgage for a pair of trainers that sometimes look like dead rats on children's feet.
Plimsolls and regulation uniform would show that every child is equal.
I remember one of my teachers who would stroke the sole of his spanking plimsoll, and obviously got satisfaction out of it.
When I was a lad in school the cane was very rarely used, but a large, well-worn plimsoll was always handy.
He would order boys to line up and bend over in turn for three or four whacks with his trusty battered plimsoll.